Stager, Jay Curt Cumming, Brian F Laird, Kathleen R Garrigan-Piela, Alex Pederson, Neil Wiltse, Brendan Lane, Chad S Nester, Jessica and Ruzmaikin, Alexander 2017. A 1600-year diatom record of hydroclimate variability from Wolf Lake, New York. The Holocene, Vol. 27, Issue. 2, p. 246.
Beck, Kristen K. Medeiros, Andrew S. Finkelstein, Sarah A. and Kumaran, Navnith K.P. 2016. Drivers of Change in a 7300-Year Holocene Diatom Record from the Hemi-Boreal Region of Ontario, Canada. PLOS ONE, Vol. 11, Issue. 8, p. e0159937.
Crossman, Jill Catherine Eimers, M. Casson, Nora J. Burns, Douglas A. Campbell, John L. Likens, Gene E. Mitchell, Myron J. Nelson, Sarah J. Shanley, James B. Watmough, Shaun A. and Webster, Kara L. 2016. Regional meteorological drivers and long term trends of winter-spring nitrate dynamics across watersheds in northeastern North America. Biogeochemistry, Vol. 130, Issue. 3, p. 247.
Liu, Hao Zhao, Chunchen Ju, Yongtao and Zhou, Xinhuai 2016. Evolution of lacustrine basin in relation to variation in palaeowater depth and delta development: Neogene Bohai Bay Basin, Huanghekou area, northern China. Arabian Journal of Geosciences, Vol. 9, Issue. 16,
Wigdahl-Perry, Courtney R. Saros, Jasmine E. Schmitz, Jennifer Calcote, Randy Rusak, James Anderson, Dennis and Hotchkiss, Sara 2016. Response of temperate lakes to drought: a paleolimnological perspective on the landscape position concept using diatom-based reconstructions. Journal of Paleolimnology, Vol. 55, Issue. 4, p. 339.
Karmakar, Moumita Laird, Kathleen R and Cumming, Brian F 2015. Diatom-based evidence of regional aridity during the mid-Holocene period in boreal lakes from northwest Ontario (Canada). The Holocene, Vol. 25, Issue. 1, p. 166.
Leira, M. Filippi, M. L. and Cantonati, M. 2015. Diatom community response to extreme water-level fluctuations in two Alpine lakes: a core case study. Journal of Paleolimnology, Vol. 53, Issue. 3, p. 289.
Barr, Cameron Tibby, John Gell, Peter Tyler, Jonathan Zawadzki, Atun and Jacobsen, Geraldine E. 2014. Climate variability in south-eastern Australia over the last 1500 years inferred from the high-resolution diatom records of two crater lakes. Quaternary Science Reviews, Vol. 95, p. 115.
Gomes, Doriedson F. Albuquerque, A.L.S. Torgan, L.C. Turcq, B. and Sifeddine, A. 2014. Assessment of a diatom-based transfer function for the reconstruction of lake-level changes in Boqueirão Lake, Brazilian Nordeste. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, Vol. 415, p. 105.
Liu, Ganming and Schwartz, Franklin W. 2014. On modeling the paleohydrologic response of closed-basin lakes to fluctuations in climate: Methods, applications, and implications. Water Resources Research, Vol. 50, Issue. 4, p. 2975.
Haig, Heather A. Kingsbury, Melanie V. Laird, Kathleen R. Leavitt, Peter R. Laing, Robyn and Cumming, Brian F. 2013. Assessment of drought over the past two millennia using near-shore sediment cores from a Canadian boreal lake. Journal of Paleolimnology, Vol. 50, Issue. 2, p. 175.
Luoto, TP and Nevalainen, L 2013. A multiproxy reconstruction of effective precipitation in the central Austrian Alps since the Little Ice Age. Climate Research, Vol. 58, Issue. 1, p. 15.
Ma, Susan Laird, Kathleen R Kingsbury, Melanie V Lewis, CF Michael and Cumming, Brian F 2013. Diatom-inferred changes in effective moisture during the late Holocene from nearshore cores in the southeastern region of the Winnipeg River Drainage Basin (Canada). The Holocene, Vol. 23, Issue. 4, p. 568.
Wolfe, Alexander P. and Siver, Peter A. 2013. A hypothesis linking chrysophyte microfossils to lake carbon dynamics on ecological and evolutionary time scales. Global and Planetary Change, Vol. 111, p. 189.
Cwynar, Les C. Rees, Andrew B. H. Pedersen, Cy R. and Engels, Stefan 2012. Depth distribution of chironomids and an evaluation of site-specific and regional lake-depth inference models: a good model gone bad?. Journal of Paleolimnology, Vol. 48, Issue. 3, p. 517.
Engels, Stefan Cwynar, Les C. Rees, Andrew B. H. and Shuman, Bryan N. 2012. Chironomid-based water depth reconstructions: an independent evaluation of site-specific and local inference models. Journal of Paleolimnology, Vol. 48, Issue. 4, p. 693.
KINGSBURY, MELANIE V. LAIRD, KATHLEEN R. and CUMMING, BRIAN F. 2012. Consistent patterns in diatom assemblages and diversity measures across water-depth gradients from eight Boreal lakes from north-western Ontario (Canada). Freshwater Biology, Vol. 57, Issue. 6, p. 1151.
Laird, Kathleen R. Haig, Heather A. Ma, Susan Kingsbury, Melanie V. Brown, Thomas A. Lewis, C. F. Michael Oglesby, Robert J. and Cumming, Brian F. 2012. Expanded spatial extent of the Medieval Climate Anomaly revealed in lake-sediment records across the boreal region in northwest Ontario. Global Change Biology, Vol. 18, Issue. 9, p. 2869.
Moos, Melissa T. and Cumming, Brian F. 2012. Climate - fire interactions during the Holocene: a test of the utility of charcoal morphotypes in a sediment core from the boreal region of north-western Ontario (Canada). International Journal of Wildland Fire, Vol. 21, Issue. 6, p. 640.
Velle, Gaute Telford, Richard J. Heiri, Oliver Kurek, Joshua and Birks, H. John B. 2012. Testing intra-site transfer functions: an example using chironomids and water depth. Journal of Paleolimnology, Vol. 48, Issue. 3, p. 545.
A paleolimnological study of lake-level changes in Lake 239 (Rawson Lake), a headwater lake in the Experimental Lakes Area in northwestern Ontario, indicates large fluctuations have occurred over the Holocene. Analyses are based on diatoms, the proportion of chrysophyte scales to diatoms and organic matter content from near-shore sediment cores. Quantitative estimates of lake level are based on a diatom-inferred depth model that was developed from surficial sediments collected along several transects in Lake 239. Declines of ∼ 1–3 m occurred during the late Holocene, whereas declines of at least 8 m occurred during the more arid mid-Holocene. These results provide the first substantive evidence of large declines in lake level in northwestern Ontario during the mid-Holocene. Conditions during the mid-Holocene may provide a partial view of future conditions under increasing global temperatures.
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